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  • Oregon Giant

    Oregon Giant

    60 Days



    Best flavored snow pea in our trials. Pods and peas are both sweet. Produces high yields of huge 4 1/2" x 1" flat pods. This diease-resistant variety starts producing early and harvest continues over a long period. PM, Fw, PEMV, BLRV, RCVMV.

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  • Cocozelle - Organic

    Cocozelle - Organic

    42 Days. Organic. Heirloom.



    Popular Italian variety with striped fruits. Quick maturing and flavorful. 10-12" long fruit with very firm greenish-white felsh.

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  • Big Rainbow

    Big Rainbow

    Organic. 85 Days.



    Large and lumpy tomato. This sweet tasting tomato has different shades of red and gold. With its vine being resistant to foliar diseases it is a great choice for humid or rainy climates. Indeterminate.

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  • Hairy Vetch

    Hairy Vetch

    Valuable soil-improvement crop. Vigorous legume produces huge amounts of nitrogen-rich biomass for turning under. Can be planted in the spring through late summer. Late summer (late August early September) planted vetch will winter over, growing vigorously the following spring. Can be mixed with oats or rye for maximum weed competition. Hardy; will also sprout in the spring if planted before the ground freezes in November (like winter rye). Demands fairly fertile soil and adequate rainfall as is shallow-rooted. Livestock caution: Seeds are poisonous. Planting rate: 1 lb per 1,000 sq ft; 40 lbs per acre.
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  • Blushed Butter Cos

    Blushed Butter Cos

    Organic. 52 Days. Very popular pink-blushed blend of butterhead and cos qualities. Leaves are dense, buttery and savoyed. easy to remove from head without tearing or bruising. Highly rated for flavor.
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  • Green Arrow

    Green Arrow

    62 Days. Organic.



    Standard, long-podded, shelling pea. Northern gardeners love this variety for its yield, flavor and prolific two pod per node habit. Extra large pods, 4"- 4 1/2" long containing 8-11 peas. Vines are 24" - 28" long. Easy picker!


    Resistes DM, FW, RR, & LCV

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  • Polar Beauty

    Polar Beauty

    63 Days. Organic.


    Bred in Alaska for extremly rapid, vigorous growth and extra early ripening. Second to ripen in polar series. Short, compact,bushy plants with 3-6 oz. crack-free, red fruits. has a brandywine flavor in half the time. Great garden additon. Indeterminate.

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  • White Ebenezer

    White Ebenezer

    Organic. Medium sized, flat, onion with thin, unnoticeable translucent white skin with less waste when prepared. Fine, grained flesh, popular for pickling. Excellent keeper
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  • Maestro

    Maestro

    55 Days. Disease-resistant early Green Arrow type. Very vigorous 24"-27" vines. Long 3 1/2"-4" pods fill out only as peas enlarge, eliminating guessing. A long bearing, high-yielding main crop variety. Resists PM, PEMV & BYMV.
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  • Baby Blue Hubbard - Organic

    Baby Blue Hubbard - Organic

    95 Days. Organic



    A small version of Blue Hubbard. High yielding plants that produce 7-10 lb. baby Hubbards. Fruits have sweet, orange flesh. Excellent keeper.

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  • Bonny Best

    Bonny Best

    Organic. Heirloom. 66 Days.


    Old Favorite heirloom. large, open plants that need support. Smooth, bright-scarlet. 6-10 oz. globes. Solid and meaty, widely adapted to norhtern areas. Popular for home or market gardens. Does well growing in your greenhouse. Indroduced in 1908 at the Bonny Plant Farm. #1 in flavor. Indeterminate.

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  • Austrian Winter Pea

    Austrian Winter Pea

    Builds and increases organic matter and nitrogen content of soil. Plant in mid-August to early September to allow plants to come up and harden off, or plant in early November or before ground freezes and seed will germinate in the spring to provide an early season plowdown. Plant alone or mix with winter rye at an approximate ratio of 50% rye to 50% peas. Under good conditions, it will provide 100 lbs of nitrogen per acre wihen plowed in at half flower. Planting rate: 2 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft.; total seed per acre whould be 80-100 lbs.
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  • Black Russian

    Black Russian

    Organic. 78 Days.



    This old variety produces rich mahogany brown colored fruit with a sweet, rich flavor. This medium sized tomato is good for outdoor or indoor growing. 

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  • Wando

    Wando

    64 Days



    Best pea for late sowing. Most tolerant of hot weather. Large peas in blunt 3 1/2" pods on 2 1/2' tall plants.

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  • Early Summer Yellow Crookneck

    Early Summer Yellow Crookneck

    42 Days. Organic. Heirloom.



    Semi-open plant produces smooth yellow fruit that mature orange and warted. The best summer squash for butter, rich flavor and tender, but firm texture. Pick when 5"-6" long. Produces all season long.

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